It seems funny that we now have trailers for trailers and this case, stills for a trailer that is going to be released later on today but the world has gone so mad with all things Harry Potter, it’s all part of the clever marketing machine that Warner Bros. are using to make the most of Potter before all the movies have run out.

We announced last week that the trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallow Part I (which stars Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint) will sit in front of the Twilight: Eclipse trailer when it’s released in the US on Wednesday. However, the trailer is actually being released online today at 4PM PST which, from my calculations is 23:00 GMT.

We’ll obviously bring you the trailer the second we can because we want to see it just as much as you do!

We can bring you a small snippet of what you can expect here though as USA Today have released some new stills from the trailer. I’ve embedded them below with their captions but come back here this evening if you’re still awake to see the trailer in full.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I

The blind and pale dragon that guards the high-security vaults in Gringotts Bank menaces Harry, Hermione and Ron. “We viewed him as having been trapped down in the bottom of Gringotts and seeing no light, so he’s kind of a fair-skinned dragon,” says producer David Heyman. “When he emerges and flies off, it’s actually quite beautiful.”
Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) rides with Hagrid (Robbie Coltrane) on his enchanted motorcycle, executing a plan to escape Death Eaters
In this ultra-tense confrontation, Harry's creepy, noseless nemesis, Lord Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes), hisses: "Why do you live?" And Harry responds with characteristic bravery: "Because I have something to live for."
Harry is surprised to find himself in a forest after evading capture by a Death Eater from the Ministry of Magic.
Ron Weasley (Rupert Grint) destroys a Horcrux, a piece of Voldemort's soul, with the Sword of Gryffindor. "This is quite a physical film," Heyman says. The teenage trio of wizards Harry, Ron Weasley (Rupert Grint) and Hermione Granger (Emma Watson) do a lot of stunt work, he says, "running through the forest, avoiding explosions, riding dragons."
Harry and Voldemort have a climactic duel in Hogwarts courtyard. "Harry and Voldemort go wand to wand in the courtyard, and we get to destroy Hogwarts," says Heyman. "It's a mess in there. We probably made a little more of the battle between the two of them (than in the book). We felt we needed to dramatize it."
Voldemort and his pack of evil Death Eaters, including his most loyal follower, Bellatrix Lestrange (Helena Bonham Carter), loom menacingly.
In a scene embellished for the film adaptation, an embattled Hogwarts must fend off fiery explosions from Death Eaters.
Hermione casts a protective charm to keep Harry, Ron and herself out of sight of other wizards and Muggles. "There's an awful lot of action in this film," says Heyman. "As much as there is, what I've always loved is the character work and the relationships that Jo Rowling has given us."